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    Black Winter Truffles

    We set out in Southern France to experience a  hunt for winter truffles with Johan, and his friend, Jean Marc, who keeps two truffle hunting dogs and trains them specifically for this purpose. I had been looking forward to it, but it turned out to […]

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    Green Bean Tomato Salad

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      The garden has been exploding with tiny wild cherry tomatoes and jade green beans this year. If I sit quietly, I can see so much activity going on:tiny baby anoles climbing the hop vines, wasps buzzing about the bolting basil, honeybees on the squash […]

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  • Roast Chicken

    Clementine Roasted Free-Range Chicken

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    I am slightly obsessed with this cookbook, Jerusalem. Some of the pages are stained from use with various sauces and splatters, a sign of a well-used cookbook . In it I just happened to notice one detail that has literally changed the way I cook […]

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  • Veggies Summer 2014

    Sweet Sweet Summertime

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    I have to say I am thrilled to see my blog is still in existence. I had serious doubts. I know I dropped off the face of the Earth for 5 months a while . I am not going to apologize anymore because sh* happens. You […]

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    Lately

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      There have been so many moments in the 4.5 month span since I last wrote on this blog when I wanted to just write, to come here and share a recipe I made or a restaurant I visited….but somehow those words never made it to […]

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  • Soup Ingredients

    Summer’s End Zucchini Corn Soup

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    It simply cannot be, summer nearly over. I am slightly sad, yet  slightly anxious for the fall foods to start appearing in the markets. I will surely miss soups like this: light, creamy, healthy, and fresh. This is summer in a bowl. I can’t remember […]

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  • Jalapeno Griddle Cakes

    Change

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    Lots o’ changes going on over here! #1 I took an offer for a new job,  a job where I actually have to wear something other than running clothes. Where I work 8:30 to 5. Yeah….let me just take that in a second. Whoah.  I […]

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  • Squash Soup

    Farmer’s Market Friday: Simple Squash Soup

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    Vegetable gardens make me happy. I love getting my hands into the dirt and face close to the ground to investigate what is going on down there. If I look closely and sit very quietly next to a plant for a few minutes, I can […]

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  • Sweet Potato Soup

    Sweet Potato Roasted Pepper Soup

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    You can tell a great deal about a person by what lies in the depths of their refrigerator.You know you do it, snoop through someone’s refrigerator while visiting. The “empty-fridge person”? That just blows my mind. How do manage to eat out 3 meals per […]

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    A Sunny St. Pat’s

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    St. Patrick’s Day does not pass quietly by in Savannah. Nor in my life.  I don’t remember a year that I have not been downtown for the Parade. Perhaps in college I missed a few, but for the most part of my tween and teenage […]

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